Firearms, Militaria, Sporting & Fishing

Morphy Auctions
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Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika
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Datum der Auktion: 09.06.2010

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(A^) William Powell & Son Double Barrel English Bar-in-Wood Shotgun.

Scarce bar-in-wood action is a direct descendant of muzzleloading shotguns. Round Damascus steel barrels with solid rib and single silver bead; marked on top "WILLIAM POWELL & SON, 13 CARRS LANE, BIRMINGHAM / PATENT". Rib terminates in an engraved doll's head extension at breech. Sidelocks with

Los #: 1099

Schätzpreis: 1.500 $ - 2.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(A^) Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured 1890. Features full round barrel, full magazine, sporting front sight, Winchester sporting rear sight, walnut stock and rifle butt. Metal is basically a smooth blue-grey patina. Forearm is very good with a few nicks. Buttstock is good and proud to metal but is missing a sliver at left

Los #: 1072

Schätzpreis: 1.400 $ - 1.800 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C + M) Lot Of 2: High Standard .22 Caliber Revolvers.

Gun (A) is a scarce factory nickel, nine shot, double action, "Double Nine" convertible revolver. Front and rear sights are blue, as are trigger and hammer. Balance of revolver is factory nickel which 98% still remains. Gun has had a couple chambers fired, but balance of chambers show no use at all

Los #: 139

Schätzpreis: 500 $ - 800 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) .38/200 S&W British Service Revolver Model K200.

This revolver falls into the proper serial number range. It is identical to the Victory Model. Matching numbers on barrel, cylinder and frame. Features six shot, double action, dull military phosphate finish and smooth walnut grips. No U.S. stamp. Marked "AF" with broad arrow stamped on the left

Los #: 34

Schätzpreis: 350 $ - 500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1891 Italian TS Carbine.

This carbine was built at Brescia and dated 1913. The TS carbine differed from the standard cavalry as it does not have a permanently attached bayonet. Front band has the bayonet lug. It has the standard adjustable military rear sight, double sling swivels on front band, one piece hardwood stock

Los #: 89

Schätzpreis: 300 $ - 500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1906 Republic of Portugal Navy Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Approximately 1,000 pistols were manufactured for sale to the Portuguese Navy by DWM. They were produced after the Republic of Portugal was formed in 1910. Chamber is stamped "R.P." with anchor for the Royal Navy. Toggle is stamped "DWM". At the time the book "Lugers At Random" was printed in 1969

Los #: 712

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1906 Royal Portuguese Army Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol With Holster.

Manufactured by DWM for military contract sales to the Portuguese Armed Forces 1908-1910. The "2" in logo on chamber is for Manuel II. Right grip panel is stamped 1996 to match. All matching numbers with the exception in the inside safety stamped "18". Beautiful straw colors with blued finish. Very

Los #: 717

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1906 Swiss "Cross In Shield" Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Manufactured by DWM for military contract sales to Switzerland. Left side of frame has the Swiss inspector marks, stamped 29. Swiss cross stamped on left side of barrel. Swiss cross in shield above chamber. DWM stamped on toggle. Pistol has all matching numbers including checkered walnut grip panels

Los #: 713

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1908 Erfurt Military Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol With Holster.

Manufactured by the Royal Arsenal at Erfurt, Germany for German forces, these were produced from 1910 to 1913. This example was manufactured in 1912 and is dated on chamber. Pistol has all matching numbers except grips and magazine. Stamped numerous places with Imperial German proof and acceptance

Los #: 623

Schätzpreis: 1.300 $ - 1.800 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1914 DWM Artillery Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol With Holster.

Manufactured by DWM for the German Army, it was developed as a carbine type rifle substitute for Artillery and machine gun crews during the first World War. Manufactured from 1914 to 1918 and dated on top of the chamber; with this example being 1918. Toggle is stamped DWM. Long barrel pistol

Los #: 714

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1917 U.S. Eddystone Bolt Action Rifle.

Typical U.S. Model 1917 was arsenal overhauled with parkerized finish, rebuilt after the war. Has a Remington rear sight; Eddystone bolt release, collar and firing pin. Winchester bolt. Unmarked replacement stock with no "P" or cartouche. Left side of stock has a wood plug repair. Barrel is July

Los #: 223

Schätzpreis: 450 $ - 650 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1920 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

This is a relatively scarce pistol in that it was newly made by DWM rather than a re-work, and it is not stamped "Made in Germany" therefore it was not intended as a commercial import. It has the German commercial proof with crown on left side of frame and bottom of barrel. DWM stamped on toggle

Los #: 626

Schätzpreis: 1.500 $ - 2.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1920 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

This was reworked by DWM made up of surplus military Luger parts. The military markings have been removed. As these were cobbled together and refinished by the arsenal, they were often found with non-matching numbers. This example, however, has all matching numbers including the aluminum bottom

Los #: 601

Schätzpreis: 1.000 $ - 1.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1920 Police/Military Luger Pistol With Capture Papers & Nazi Flag.

This standard Luger was manufactured in 1921, dated on chamber. It is a fairly scarce pistol in that most of the examples from this year are re-worked double dates. This has the original manufacture date stamp. Only a few thousand manufactured in 1920 and 1921, making this a scarce variation. Has

Los #: 716

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1934 Mauser German Contract (1939) Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

These were manufactured by Mauser for certain units in the German Army, and it is theorized that this variation was produced for police and non-military users. The 1939 is the earliest reported. It is dated above the chamber. Mauser banner on toggle. All matching numbers. Right side of frame has

Los #: 706

Schätzpreis: 1.800 $ - 2.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 1936 Dated Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

The frame, barrel, slide and all small parts have matching numbers with the exception of the toggle, pins and small parts in slide. Toggle is 42 code serial No. --61. The connecting pin is No. 78 and a sear bar spring is No. 78. Toggle parts are No. 61. Chamber date is 1936. Still has good straw

Los #: 654

Schätzpreis: 600 $ - 900 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) 9mm Mauser C96 Broomhandle "Red 9" Military Contract Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Contract was submitted by the German government for 150,000 pistols in early 1916 and was nearing completion when the war ended in 1918. Features the late adjustable Mk 50-500 rear sight, 24 groove walnut grips with burn in '9' on both panels an filled in with red paint, blued finish, lanyard ring

Los #: 719

Schätzpreis: 2.000 $ - 3.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Ansley H. Fox 12 Bore Double Barrel Boxlock Shotgun.

Manufactured in 1919. Serial numbers match on barrels, forearm and action. Blued chromox barrels with solid matte rib and single brass bead, marked near breeches "CHROMOX FLUID COMPRESSED STEEL / MADE BY A.H. FOX GUN CO. PHILA. PA. U.S.A.". Boxlock action with chiseled scrolls on all sides and with

Los #: 472

Schätzpreis: 500 $ - 800 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) As New Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle.

Manufactured in 1951. Features full round barrel, sporting sights, pistol grip walnut stock and checkered steel blued buttplate. Gun appears to be un-fired as new inside and out. Couple minor wood impressions. Nice enough for any box. Name Value Manufacturer Winchester Model 61 Serial Number 99211

Los #: 852

Schätzpreis: 900 $ - 1.300 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Belgian Browning Superposed Boxlock Shotgun.

This Browning Lightning was manufactured in 1963. All steel surfaces have been parkerized. Blued steel barrels with vented matte rib and single white bead. Engraved boxlock action marked "Lightning / BROWNING". Features include ejectors, non-automatic safeties, thumb selector and single trigger

Los #: 924

Schätzpreis: 700 $ - 1.000 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Belgium Browning T-Bolt .22 Bolt Action Rifle.

The .22 T-Bolt was introduced in 1964. This example was made in 1966. Made in Belgium. Features high polish blue finish, grooved receiver for removable peep sight or scope mount (this example has the sight), sporting front sight, high polish deluxe grained pistol grip checkered walnut stock and

Los #: 807

Schätzpreis: 600 $ - 900 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Beretta 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

This is a post-war G model with double/single action system with external de-cocking only lever. Blued finish and black composite grips. Retains approximately 85% blue with some toning and high edge wear. Fine bore and action. Near mint grips. Name Value Manufacturer Beretta Model 1934 Serial Number

Los #: 14

Schätzpreis: 300 $ - 400 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Bergmann Bayard Model 1910 Semi-Auto Pistol.

Offered is a wonderful example of the 9mm Bergmann built for the Danish Army. Features include a 4" barrel, semi-automatic, blued finish, with checkered walnut grips, slotted for should stock, and chambered for the 9mm long cartridge. Front of frame is stamped "Brevete S.G.D.G.". Serial number on

Los #: 615

Schätzpreis: 1.200 $ - 1.800 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Black Box 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army .45 Revolver.

Manufactured 1957. Offered is a standard Colt Single Action Army from the second year of production. Features case colored frame, polished hammer with fire blue top surface with the balance of gun is blue with two piece Colt black composite grips. Gun has been fired. There is some wear at muzzle

Los #: 694

Schätzpreis: 900 $ - 1.400 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 M Series U.S. General Officer's .380...

The M marking before the serial number indicated that this Colt .380 had been checked at the factory to eliminate the defects that could cause malfunctions. This same M can be found stamped on the bottom of the blued magazine, which is also stamped "CAL .380 COLT". During the 1940's, Colt was

Los #: 645

Schätzpreis: 6.000 $ - 7.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Second type Colt pony on left side of slide. Last patent date December 2nd, 1903. Blued finish and third type Colt black composite grips with standing pony. Has a second style two-tone magazine with temper line and no stamp on base. 30% blue on front grips strap; 85% blue on rear grip strap. 90

Los #: 613

Schätzpreis: 1.200 $ - 1.600 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Factory Nickel Semi-Automatic .25 Pocket Pistol.

Manufactured 1922. This is a standard Colt pocket pistol manufactured in the somewhat scarce factory nickel finish with period after market real Mother of Pearl grips. Has sharp legends and still retains approximately 97-98% original nickel with a few minor age and storage marks. Grips are very good

Los #: 665

Schätzpreis: 750 $ - 1.250 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Manufactured 1936. The Model 1908 pocket hammerless .380 was introduced in 1908 and was numbered in its own distinct serial number range. Manufactured until 1945. Features standard blued finish and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Overall pistol retains approximately 95-96% original factory

Los #: 726

Schätzpreis: 2.500 $ - 3.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 U.S. Officer's Model Blued Semi-Automatic Pistol.

According to the factory letter this pistol was shipped November 9th, 1944 to the United States government Springfield Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts commanding officer. It was issued to Major Francis H. Corgan. Comes with original war finance release papers dated December 16th, 1946 listing

Los #: 750

Schätzpreis: 4.500 $ - 6.500 $

Datum: 09.06.2010

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(C) Boxed Colt Police Positive .38 Double Action Revolver.

Manufactured 1906, second year of production. Features six shot, double action, blued finish and black Colt composite grips. Gun retains approximately 80% original early high polish factory blue. Grips straps are starting to patina, as is trigger guard and top of frame, blending perfectly with blue

Los #: 131

Schätzpreis: 500 $ - 700 $

Datum: 09.06.2010